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LATROBE, Pa. — Police say a suspect had his first name stenciled on a sweatshirt he wore while breaking into a western Pennsylvania taxi company where he used to work.

That's why 26-year-old Joshua Jording of Latrobe faces a preliminary hearing on burglary, theft and related charges Dec. 14.

State police security video showed the suspect wearing a shirt with the name "Josh" on it. They searched Jording's home and found that shirt, as well as two guns and two smartphones taken during the burglary Dec. 2 at the Veterans Cab Co. in Unity Township.

Police also found marijuana and drug paraphernalia during the search.

Jording is free on bond. He didn't immediately respond to a Facebook message, and The Associated Press could not immediately locate a listed phone number for him.

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  • Kharma
    December 7, 2015 at 11:27 a.m.

    It is truly fortunate that most criminals are rather stupid or, given the propensity for a substantial percentage of the population to commit crimes, society would be far worse off that it is already.